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Re: our 'home' for next season
Post Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:22 pm
Posted by JINJER on Wed Dec 06, 2017 7:22 pm
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I'd say we'll find out our ground for next season approximately 8-35pm on the 11th Dec.
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Post Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:43 pm
Posted by Big lads mate on Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:43 pm
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Eastern Wildcat wrote:
Mick Amos tweeted earlier today, that the public should get behind a couple of people, who are fairly local businessmen, heavily involved in the operations of Ossett Albion. who have massive amnbition for football in Wakefield and for Wakefield fans

I was privileged to be invited into their private box at Huddersfield’s game against Man City, two very well meaning and clever lads. There intentions are to try and get the first professional football club from Wakefield into the league. Their passion for the game is second to none. They have big plans to re develop Ossett Albion, levelling the field, bigger stands and hospitality facilities,would be great to get them on board in the future regarding the use of sharing a new stadium .
Re: our 'home' for next season
Post Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:22 pm
Posted by Eastern Wildcat on Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:22 pm
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I knew one of them.briefly a few years ago BLM, and altnough he wasnt in a position of authority as such, could tell that the bloke could go places and do well for himself.
It would be good for the city if that could happen.

Although not as keen on football, the revenue streams that could come into the city on home games would be good.

Again, the failure by the council would be a further act of short sightedness by the council.

I was walking round some off field facilities of a sports stadium not long ago, and it just open your eyes of what can be possible, within a stadium that has got the facilities and opportunities
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